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Things to do in Thailand
Bangkok - shopping spree at MBK
A shopaholics paradise MBK is 7 floors of bargains, special offers and “special price for you” With over 2,000 shops to choose from, this is where Bangkok’s young and old come to at the weekend. Everything including electrical goods, clothing, sports wear, jewelry, mobile phones and a cinema can be found here. When you have done shopping make your way to one of the 2 food courts to sate your needs.
Bangkok - visit Chatuchak Market
One of the world’s largest markets with over 15,000 stalls, this weekend market is open between 7am till late every Saturday and Sunday but get there early. Everything you can possibly imagine is here including local culinary delights, handicrafts, souvenirs, clothing and even live animals. Bargaining is expected and all part of the fun. Although relatively safe, be aware of pickpockets so take extra care of your personal possessions.
Bangkok - visit the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew)
The temple of the Emerald Buddha can be found in the Royal Palace, and has stunning architecture and paintings. The Buddha itself is 2 ft high and wears one of 3 different costumes, depending on the season. One of the most sacred sites in Thailand the Wat, and Royal Palace are a must see while in Bangkok. As a mark of respect, long trousers / skirts and long sleeve tops should be worn.
Chiang Mai - mountain biking to the hills and jungle
Whether you are a novice or experienced mountain bike rider, Chang Mai has something to offer everyone. The Mountains offer spectacular views, as well as great opportunities to reach amazing speeds downhill. Whether you go on an organised tour, do it yourself or join the Sunday bike club, this is a great way to see an amazing part of Thailand.
Khao Lak - scuba diving around the Andaman Islands
Some of the best diving in the world is to be found off Khao Lak either around the Similan or Surin Islands. Richelieu Rock is still one of the best places to spot the elusive Whale Shark whilst schools of Manta Rays and Sharks are sometimes sighted. In the shallow waters you will come across an abundance of coral and colourful, darting fish that will take your breath away.
Koh Samui - experience a luxurious spa
Find your inner self and treat yourself to a complete make over and or massage. A few days going to some of the many well managed, professional spas in Koh Samui will make you feel like a new, refreshed person. Maybe try a detox where all the poisons in your body are washed out. Koh Samui is a popular health spa destination that will not disappoint.
Pattaya - experience a glamorous lady boy show
Stunningly beautiful these half men, half women offer a fascination to people. Their flamboyant shows match any Las Vegas style show and should not be missed. There are a number of reputable shows that have been operating for over 20 years but care should be taken if going to smaller, less popular venues.
Phang Nga - canoeing in scenic Phang Nga Bay
Phang Nga Bay, consists of many islands, that have been formed from limestone. They have impressive cliffs, secret sea tunnels and hidden lakes. This is a canoeing trip for the more active and or nature lovers. For the more adventurous or romantic go on a starlight tour and be amazed at the clarity of the shining, bright stars. There is no need to be an athlete to enjoy yourself, but be sure to go with a reputable company
Phi Phi Island - a boat trip to beautiful Phi Phi
Made famous by the film The Beach, Phi Phi Island is one of the jewels of the Andaman Sea. Although the book was not actually based on Phi Phi, it is still a great island for sandy beaches, stunning views and for relaxation. Fully recovered from the 2004 Tsunami there are places to stay ranging from 5 star to backpacker accomadation. Take a boat trip around to the quiet beaches and just chill out or go snorkelling.
Sukhothai - wander in Sukhothai Historical Park
Some of the most stunning ancient architecture can be found here in each of the 5 different zones.
Introduction of Thailand
Among Western travellers, Thailand is the best-known destination in Southeast Asia thanks to its stunning beaches, fascinating history and spicy cuisine. Most travellers enter the country through the capital, Bangkok, where colourful street life trumps the small number of highlights. Typical activities such as a cruise on the Chao Phraya River or a visit to the Grand Palace are worth it. In the south of the country, pristine beaches and endless hours of sunshine are the order of the day, especially on paradise islands such as Phuket and Koh Pha Ngan, where revellers can join the notorious Full Moon Parties. In the cooler north, tourism centres on the former Lanna capital of Chiang Mai, a city of over 300 temples and a great base for exploring the beautiful northern countryside. Some of the most fascinating historical sites are located in the Central Plains. The ruins of former capitals such as Ayutthaya and Sukhothai are perfect to explore by bicycle and should not be missed. Wherever visitors choose to travel, they will find an abundance of welcoming Thailand hotels in all shapes and sizes.